A look back at a revolutionary period for music listening.
Author Oliver Picken
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Oliver Picken reviews soul/ska band Bare Jams at The Joiners, supported by The Bob Rats
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News/Culture Executive Oliver Picken gives his honest thoughts on Tangerine Dream’s performance at the Engine Rooms
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Oliver Picken shares his hopes and concerns for the upcoming film adaptation of Wicked.
Oliver Picken explores the relationship between music and love.
The Edge Writers share their favourite academic texts from their courses.
This year, artists have proven more than ever what music means to us in the 21st century.
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